Question 1: What is your natural communication style?
Question 2: Which traits below best describe your personality at work?
Question 3: Of the below, which would you always avoid?
Question 4: Of the below, which do you enjoy the most?
Question 5: When you need to have a difficult conversation at work, how do you handle it?
Question 6: If you were asked to develop a strategy for your current team, how would you feel?
Question 7: How do you feel about delegating work to others?
Question 8: If you were asked to present to a large audience, how would you feel?
Question 9: Do you get more satisfaction from your own success or helping others to succeed?
Question 10: If you weren’t feeling challenged in your role, what would you do?
Question 11: How would you best describe your work style?
Question 12: What is your approach to your own personal and professional development?
Below you’ll find the results of the “Am I management material?” quiz. Remember this is a guide only. When making career decisions, speak with your mentors and managers to get tailored advice from the people who know you best.
If you’re keen to complete an MBA to support your career development, you can also contact us to speak with a Student Enrolment Advisor. We can guide you through the process of choosing the right MBA for your career ambitions.
You’re a natural leader. Whether you want to be a CEO or managing director, or take on another general management role, you likely have the critical management skills to get you there. You’ll have your first management interview in no time.
You may like to consider an MBA to help you hone your skills and introduce you to a powerful network. An MBA opens minds and doors and gives you the opportunity to build a network of other CEOs and senior leaders.
You could be destined to start and lead your own business. You’re creative and innovative and full of passion. Take the time to learn as much as you can when working in different roles and organisations.
An MBA for an entrepreneur like yourself helps you to shape your skill set and refine your ideas.
You are incredible at what you do and have a bright career ahead of you. But that doesn’t mean you need to follow a traditional career path into a management position. Instead, perhaps you should consider how you can make the most of your technical expertise and capability.
If you do have management ambitions, an MBA can help you to develop the softer skills that you find more challenging.
You’re at a stage in your career when you still have a lot to learn. You have so many opportunities ahead of you, including management opportunities. You just need the right support to get you there.
An MBA can help you to develop both the hard and soft skills that you’ll need in your career. Why study an MBA? It’s a great way to open new doors in the future. Plus, an MBA graduate’s salary is typically greater over time than someone who hasn’t completed an MBA.
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